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The grievances of the insufferable Mariam Veiszadeh
Community advocate Mariam Veiszadeh, who established the Islamophobia Register a day after the raids, also believes it signalled a shift in abuse and hostility towards Muslims.
“Based on our preliminary findings, there appears to be a correlation between increased political and media rhetoric around national security and ‘Muslims’ and incidents of Islamophobia,” she said.
Islam is peaceful, tolerant and ethical…
“We have to pay a price. The visual depiction is not allowed in sharia [Islamic law]. Are we going to follow sharia? We do not accept this,” he said. …
A Danish anti-Islam group says it will display controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad on Sep. 26 in central Copenhagen.
“We will do this as no one has the courage to display those cartoons,” Anders Gravers Pedersen, the chairman of ‘Stop Islamization of Denmark’, told public radio on Saturday.
“The Danish press does not want to show. Teachers do not exhibit them while talking about the cartoon crisis. This is a huge problem for free speech,” Pedersen claimed.
The visual depiction of Muhammad is considered offensive by most Muslims. In May, two men who attacked an exhibition of the cartoons in Garland, Texas, were shot dead by police.
Pedersen said he would display the cartoons no matter what.
“We have to pay a price. The visual depiction is not allowed in sharia [Islamic law]. Are we going to follow sharia? We do not accept this,” he said.
Which means they will attack the exhibitors and pay a price in blood. (SY)
Ten years ago, Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad which resulted in violent demonstrations across much of the Muslim world.